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    5.8 for me. I really want SSDand a better Grafics Card but can't afford one atm.

    Processor: 6.2
    Memory: 6.2
    Graphics: 6.5
    Gaming Graphics: 6.5
    Primary HDD: 5.8

    Intel Q6600
    2x2Gb Corsair XMS2
    Nvidia 8600 GT 512mb
    Samsung 500Gb Primary Drive

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    Cool

    Well I just realized I think I posted my scores in the wrong forum before. So here ya go.

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    Here's mine.

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    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 RTM.
    
    Processor        Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.20GHz         7.3
    Memory           8GB DDR2-800 RAM                          7.3
    Graphics         ATI Radeon HD 4870 1GB                    7.5
    Gaming graphics  4091 MB Total available graphics memory   7.5
    Primary HDD      Intel X25-M 'G2' 160GB SSD                7.7
    
    Base Score       Determined by lowest subscore             7.3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcath View Post
    lol ive run a test and it averages at 180MB/s Read/Write to the array with a burst of 292MB/s which is silly fast (for comparison my un modded HP dc5750 office pc gets about 80MB/s tops)
    Random read/write speeds will be rubbish compared to an SSD though. Windows 7 now uses these to determine your score, hence why yours is relatively low.

    What Windows Experience Index changes were made to address SSD performance characteristics? In Windows 7, there are new random read, random write and flush assessments. Better SSDs can score above 6.5 all the way to 7.9. To be included in that range, an SSD has to have outstanding random read rates and be resilient to flush and random write workloads. (Source)
    This article is quite an interesting read too...
    http://blogs.msdn.com/e7/archive/200...nce-index.aspx
    Last edited by Arthur; 25th October 2009 at 06:42 PM.

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    Processor Intel Core i7 Extreme @ 3.33GHz 7.6
    Memory 4GB DDR2-1066 RAM 7.6
    Graphics Dual SLI Nvidia 290 1792mb per card 7.5
    Gaming graphics 3584 MB Total available graphics memory 7.5
    Primary HDD Samsung 128GB SSD 7.7

    Base Score Determined by lowest subscore 7.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiet_andy View Post
    5.8 for me. I really want SSDand a better Grafics Card but can't afford one atm.

    Processor: 6.2
    Memory: 6.2
    Graphics: 6.5
    Gaming Graphics: 6.5
    Primary HDD: 5.8

    Intel Q6600
    2x2Gb Corsair XMS2
    Nvidia 8600 GT 512mb
    Samsung 500Gb Primary Drive
    well if you enter our competition shown in the link below you could be the winner of a 128GB SSD Hard drive fella,

    The Great Computer Products Ltd Halloween GIVE AWAY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dread696924 View Post
    Well I just realized I think I posted my scores in the wrong forum before. So here ya go.
    loving your desktop there dread, where did you find those sexy icons ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    loving your desktop there dread, where did you find those sexy icons ?
    I re enabled the quick launch from Vista. The easy way I do it is take all the shortcuts you want in a grid and put them in a folder. Right click the taskbar and go to toolbars add new toolbar. Then browse to the folder you made for your shortcuts and click select folder. It will then appear on your taskbar. You can right click the grid that you have made (toolbar must be unlocked) and change options like if you want to show text beside the icons or if you want a title in text for the toolbar. I turn off text all together in my toolbar grids. The default title for the toolbar will be the name of the folder you made. So if you use the title on your toolbar you can change the title by changeing the name of the folder. Also If you want to have the oridiginal quicklaunch back...Just go to toolbars add new toolbar and where it says folder paste in this %appdata%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch
    Then you can right click and change the options of the quick launch. I have 6 grids or toolbars enabled. One is quick launch and the others are just folders with shortcuts. One for tools one for reg games one for triple monitor games one for benchmarks...You smell what I'm stepping in mane? lolz

    Anyone who finds this post useful please click the thank button I have yet to get one here.

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    Core2Duo 6600 2.4ghz
    4GB RAM DDR2 667Mhz
    MSI Platinum Powerup 975X motherboard
    Nvidia Geforce 8800GT 512MB Video Card
    Samsung F3 1Tb HDD

    Scores on the Doors

    Processor - 5.8
    Memory - 5.8
    Graphics - 6.8
    Gaming Graphics - 6.8
    Hard Disk - 5.9

    Overall - 5.8

    As other's have said it's running pretty smoothly after a fresh install. Way better than Vista (or windows 7 RC1) ever did

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    A native stacks-like feature in Windows 7 would be good. However, there is an app called 7Stacks that is quite similar.

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    Ok, proper computer back and running

    Core2Duo E6600 5.9
    4gb OCZ Platinum 6.1
    ATI 5770 7.4 / 7.4
    HDD 6.1

    Overrall 5.9

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    well if you enter our competition shown in the link below you could be the winner of a 128GB SSD Hard drive fella,

    The Great Computer Products Ltd Halloween GIVE AWAY!

    Oh how I would love to have a SSD but I like to run at least 500GB on my master because I like to install all my games on it. Everything else is on a slave or well slaves . Downloads documents music video everything. But I should enter also as I would like to give one a go and I can't afford one. But just as well. If i could...I might be one of those people who just buy a comp instead of building one. In my book that's not good at all. My computer is fast cause I'm broke lolz. So I milk it for all it's got.

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    my win 7 pc scores

    windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
    Foxconn A79A-S MB
    500g HDD +360g HDD
    Cpu Phenomx3 2.1 OC to 2.520 ( Standard cpu fan so cant go no higher )
    4 gig corsiar 800 mhz ram OC 100 mhz each
    2x 4670 ati radeon 1g OC with CCC crossfire enabled
    680 watt Psu
    Saprano tower

    SCORES for it are
    Processor 6.4
    Memory (RAM) 7.3
    Graphics for Aero 6.2
    Gaming graphics 6.2
    HDD 6.2

    not to sure how good these scores are so please dont hesitate to let me cheers

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    Well getting back on topic here's mine.



    XPS-M1530 T8300 / 4GB RAM (soon to 8GB) / 500GB 7200 HDD / GeForce 8600M GT

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    Heh:

    Processor: 2.4
    Memory: 3.1
    Graphics: 2.9
    Gaming graphics: 4.5
    Primary HD: 5.7

    So: 2.4

    Windows 7 Professional - and it can't find the KMS server.

    I think I win... it's like golf right ? low scores are better ?

    It's one of the old work machines I robbed (err acquired) out of the skip, I chucked in more RAM, a Radeon 3650 AGP card and a bigger disk. It works fine, this is of course a "test rig" to make sure it will work on the worst machines we have at the school ...ahem.

    It is an Athlon XP 1500 or possibly a 1700, 2gb RAM, blah...

    I think it is running okay as a system, definitely usable, although with very few software installed and no active directory connected... no Aero
    I run Ubuntu 8.10 on a similar machine (without the good graphics card) and this can handle more stuff open, (7 firefox windows, 8 open office documents, setiathome) without any slowdown. But it just ain't as pretty.

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